Did you know that it’s possible to make a dog smile? It is. Jones makes dogs smile all the time. Their Sausage Sticks are just one way that they make dogs smile. I’ve seen it with my very own eyeballs.
Another way to make dogs smile is to have a smiling dog, like Pixel Blue Eyes.
Unfortunately, Pixel is NOT smiling in this photo. Her mama asked if I’d like a smiling photo and I declined, as I was rushing. I regret that decision. For a smiling photo, pop over to Pixel Blue Eyes blog. It’s quite impressive. Hmm. Let’s try a different pooch. Oh! Here’s a smiling dog!
Dewi, a Cardigan Welsh Corgi, has a natural smile. His mom is pretty darn funny, too. I’ll bet she makes him smile.
So why does Jones Natural Chews make dogs smile? Well, there’s meat. Lots and lots of meat. And all that meat – and everything else Jones uses in their chews (which isn’t much else) – is grown and produced right here in the USA! Also, everything which goes into a Jones chew is 100% all natural. Shoot, all that makes ME smile. See?
See? Once in a while I take a picture of myself. Smiling. Because I love what I do and what I represent! Looking at this photo, it’s obvious that today’s post is gently recycled. Thanks to chemo, I have a mere fraction of this hair left, and it’s almost entirely grey.
What They’re All About
Back to the Sausage Sticks. Let’s find out what they’re all about:
From potty training to teaching them new tricks to just giving them a goodie, Sausage Sticks are a great way to reward them. They are USA beef and about 5-5.5″ long that break into little pieces easily. Sausage Sticks are oven baked with only two natural ingredients.
I love the part where they break into little pieces easily. Here’s why:
- Dog chews are meant to be a treat, not a meal, so they’re meant to be given in small amounts
- Sausage Sticks can be given whole to larger dogs, or broken smaller for smaller dogs and puppies, either as a reward for good behavior, or just because
- Smaller dogs in particular are prone to obesity, heart disease, other diseases caused by too much fat or calories at one time, so a breakable treat makes it easy to give your dog the right amount for its size
Are Sausage Sticks Right for Your Dog?
So are Sausage Sticks the ideal treat for your dog? Maybe. They make a great reward for training, since they’re easy to snap and can be carried well. I can’t imagine carting a Dino Bone around as a treat or reward, but I do currently have a bag of Sausage Sticks in my purse.
- With any treat, whether it’s Jones or something else, monitor your dog’s chewing
- Give treats in moderation (think of toddlers and cake – in moderation!)
- Make sure your dog isn’t eating a treat on an empty stomach
- Rest easy knowing that a Jones Chew is the best treat your dog will get!
This is seriously one of the best treats your dog will ever have. At least your dog will think so, and that’s what counts. Click the Rafflecopter link below to enter, including leaving a comment on this post. Your dog will smile!
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Spreading the good chews …